11:55 (2016) Movie Script

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Can you gift wrap this for me?
We don't do that.
Ohh! Aah!
I baked you a cake,
you little shit.
What are you doing here already?
- I got in early.
- No shit, you got in early.
- I'm throwing you a surprise party.
- For real?
You better fuckin'
act surprised.
- Where you going?
- Nowhere.
- Get over here.
- What?
Shut up.
Let me look at you.
You look skinny.
You lost weight?
I don't know.
Oh, wow.
Look at you.
What is that?
Gimme a real hug.
Hey, I got something for you.
- Thanks, Nelly.
- What? You don't like it?
Your niece ain't a kid anymore.
So I'll keep it, then.
I'll get you something else.
What you want, condoms?
Don't say that to her.
- Go put on your dress blues.
- Come on, Ange.
- I just got in.
- I don't care.
- They're all wrinkly.
- So fuckin' iron them.
- And the white gloves.
- I ain't wearing the gloves.
Yes you are. I like them.
They're nice.
I gotta go see Livvy.
No, you don't.
- Why not?
- Ma, think the cake's done.
- Because it's a surprise party.
- You invited her, right?
- Of course I did.
- Ma!
- What?
- The cake's burning!
So take it out, mama.
Ha ha ha!
- Oh, shit! What up?
- Yo, when you got back?
- Just now, man.
Damn, welcome home.
When's the parade?
You deserve a parade, my nigga.
- Where's Cezar?
- Let me shape you up.
They don't got
no barber shops in Iraq?
- Afghanistan. -It's all long-ass
Taliban beards n' shit?
Hey, yo, how many a-rabs
you shot out there?
C'mon, man.
Why you ask me that?
Yo, sit down.
Let me cut you up.
- I'll see you later.
- No, no, no. Wait, wait.
What's up?
You don't trust me?
Tell Cezar I'll be back.
You not happy,
you don't gotta pay.
I'm not happy,
I got a fucked up cut.
Free, I do it for free,
so c'mon, man.
Cezar's my barber.
You know my shit is Gucci.
Mmm. Damn.
- You smell so good.
- I need to take a shower.
Nah. Don't take a shower
ever again.
It's crazy to hear your voice.
Like, in person.
You sound different
on the phone.
How did I sound?
I can't explain.
- And sexy.
- That's 'cause I was at work.
I like it when
you talk like that.
Get off of me.
- Where you gonna live now?
- With you.
Our place is kinda small.
So let's get
a bigger place, then.
- You don't like my place?
- No, I do.
- You said this place is...
- No one helped me move.
I had to hire these guys
and they broke my desk.
Why didn't you tell me?
I would've had people come.
I couldn't reach you.
So what you need moved?
Let's move things right now.
Want me to move this bed?
Welcome back, papi!
Hey. Shh.
It's supposed to be a surprise.
- Okay. I'll see you inside.
- Okay.
- How you doing?
- Fine.
You look beautiful.
She's beautiful.
Thank you.
He's coming.
He's coming!
He's coming. Shh.
Listen. Shh, be quiet.
Quiet, quiet, quiet.
He's coming.
He's coming. Shhh.
Come here, come here.
Shh! Shh.
All grown up.
- You're so cute.
- Pick me.
Here you go.
Oliver, all right.
We're gonna look at the camera
and we're gonna say "cheese."
- No, you don't.
- Ow.
- My man.
- Maury.
Hey, you know you were
missed out here.
Yeah, well,
I'm happy to be home.
- How you been?
- These are interesting times.
Yeah, that's a nice hat.
- You like this?
- Yeah, it looks good.
- Well, it's yours.
- No.
- Hey, I want you to have it.
- It's not me.
But it looks good on you.
- You know I moved.
- No. Where you at now?
I bought a house over
in south Hadley.
- For real?
- Mm-hmm.
- You're moving on up.
- It's a really cute place.
- You should stop by. -You brought
the birds with you, right?
Of course.
They love it out there.
- What did you learn out in the marines?
- I learned a lot.
- Oh, yeah?
- Mm-hmm.
- Know about computers?
- Computers?
Yeah, in the commercials
they're all on the computers.
Nah, not me.
What employable skills
do you currently possess?
I know about heavy artillery.
- You gonna re-enlist?
- I don't think so.
- Thought about jobs?
- No, but I need to.
Do you know why Dominicans
make great drug dealers? Hmm?
Because they know
how to talk to people.
In the '80s, Colombians,
they had all the product
but zero people skills.
Boricuas, Peruvians...
No one knew how
to talk to black people.
Dominicans can sell anyone.
Black, white, purple, brown.
In this business, it's all
about personal relationships.
I could use a man like you.
How do you feel about
steering the ship?
- Me?
- I need someone I can trust.
What do you say, Nelson?
Your own enterprise.
I appreciate the offer.
I really do.
But I'm trying to do
something else right now.
Like what?
Settle down, have a family.
- You're a family man.
- That's the plan.
Okay. It's a good plan.
Silver frame, half-tint, non-polarized
photochromatic lenses."
Yo, you not looking, though.
I seen 'em. They a'ight.
Nah, but check it, though.
All nigga. Two-for-one, kid.
Only two fifty.
- And you got two of the same?
- Nah, one's for you, kid.
- Nah.
- We can rock 'em together.
I don't want
the same glasses as you.
Man, send a message out there.
It's like when
they looking at you,
is like they looking at me.
What's going on?
Those fuckers is back
on state street.
- Go check on that.
- We got this.
Yeah, I got something for 'em.
- What's good, Nelly?
- My brother.
My little man growing.
- Nobody little here. -I see that.
You getting strong, son.
- I been lifting.
- Yeah? What's this, then, huh?
- What up? Do something.
- C'mon, man.
- Call me daddy.
- Fuck off of me.
You still my son, though.
I'm just glad you made it
back in one piece.
Well, you know how I do.
Yo, I gotta talk to you.
- Talk to me.
- Yeah, not here, though.
Meet you out front.
All right.
- What's he doing here?
- What do you mean?
He came to see me. Going
to the store right quick.
- What for?
- Get some ice.
- We ain't outta ice.
- What's going on?
Come on.
Don't look at me like that.
It's a party. Be festive.
- I see godfather in there?
- Yeah, yeah, he's here.
- He doing good.
- Maurice is always doing good.
- You working with him?
- Nah.
Why the fuck not?
That's the major leagues, kid.
I'm done with all that.
All right.
Well, shit, maybe you can
put my name is his ear.
For what?
I been doing my thing, yo.
My name ring bells.
I been in these streets
earning my stripes, kid.
We both soldiers.
What is it you need to tell me?
Nicky Quinn knows you're back.
He want payback for that shit
we did to his brother.
- How you know this?
- White boy Luis.
- He works for them now?
- Yeah.
It's just real different
out here.
- The streets is talking.
- What's the talk?
They trying to catch a body.
That's you.
- Where's Nicky at now? -They
say he staying out in N.Y.
But he coming in tonight
on the late boat.
Soon as he's here,
they getting busy.
You want us to call up the team?
I got you, kid.
Yeah, I don't know.
I hit you up later.
Yo, Nel.
Why'd you come back?
Where else am I gonna go?
I don't see no ice.
Y'all motherfuckers
really don't listen, huh?
Y'all gotta move.
This is me right here.
I do this here.
Stay the fuck out the flats.
Where'd you put the work at?
What? You think
I'm playing with you?
Yo, get off of him!
Yo, back up.
I'm serious, man.
Fall back.
What's going on?
I need everyone out of here.
You picked a hell
of a time to go up there.
- It's just for a couple days.
- You and your criminal friends.
Why do you keep
calling them that?
- Because that's what they are.
- Not all of them.
Oh, I'm sorry. My apologies to your one
friend who doesn't have a criminal record.
I'd love to meet him.
Maybe we could all get brunch.
You at least gonna Finnish
the goddamned crib?
I already told you,
it don't got all the parts.
- Did you call Ikea?
- They said they'd send them.
And you're just gonna leave
all that shit on the floor.
I can't even walk around
barefoot in my own house.
Just don't walk there.
One of those little screws
might roll around.
- It's on the rug.
- I walk on the rug.
I sit on the rug.
That's my grandma's rug!
- Why are you shouting at me?
- Because I'm stressed.
And when I get stressed,
my brain gets stressed.
And when my brain gets stressed
it makes cortisol.
You ever heard of it?
It's toxic, by the way.
That's what you're doing
to me right now.
And that goes down through me
and poisons him.
I want you to know that's what
you're doing. You're poisoning us!
No one's poisoning you, Janine.
Can't you just do something nice
for once in your life
so I can create
dopamine instead of poison?
- The doctor said you should...
- Are you a doctor?
Did you even get
your g.E.D.?
- I passed the math. -Do you come to
any of the appointments with us?
- Some. -The fuck do you
know what the doctor says?
- I know what the doctor says.
- What'd the doctor say?
- That I need to relax!
- So do that.
Go fuck yourself, Nicky.
You just gonna sit there
and eat cake?
- Angie baked it.
- It burned.
- Teresa, go to your room.
- Why I gotta go?
- Now!
- Every fucking time.
- We need to leave town.
- I ain't going nowhere.
- We can be in Boston tonight.
- Boston.
- We can stay at my uncle's.
- I don't know about that.
- What's there to know?
- I'll call him right now.
- I just got home. Damn. -Well,
shit's changed a little ways.
- Well, I've changed too.
- Baby...
Can I have my cake
and eat it, too?
- That's not even what it means.
- What the fuck you mean?
Can you just do this for me? We
still gonna get a place together?
- Of course.
- So let's do that.
- In Boston?
- It's not that far.
- What about your job?
- I'll find work out there.
- Your uncle don't like me.
- He'll get over it.
None of that matters.
We'll figure it out.
There are people coming
to kill you.
Get the fuck out
of here already.
I don't like this.
It's just a couple days.
- Can I help you?
- Two for Boston.
Just missed one.
That'll be $42.50.
Do you know what time the last
bus from New York gets in?
Last bus from port authority
gets in at...
11:55 pm.
Wanna get something to eat?
I'm good.
You'll like Boston.
You'll see.
I ain't with the Red Sox.
- You don't like big papi?
- I am big papi.
- Yeah, but you're kinda short, though.
- Fuck you.
Good book?
- Excuse me?
- It look like a good book.
It's a magazine.
- Trouble getting your ticket?
- I'm sorry?
'Cause, I had trouble with mine.
Think some of the buses
is having problems.
Yeah. Problems.
- Where you say you was going?
- I didn't.
What's up?
These guys bothering you?
- It's all right.
- We was just asking...
- I'm not talking to you.
- Let's go outside.
- You going somewhere?
- Do I know you?
How far you gonna run this time?
- Don't make us go too far.
- You don't have to go nowhere,
- I'm right here.
- Don't do this.
- You got something to do?
- Who the fuck is you?
- I got this.
- Got what?
- You wanna swing at me?
- Walk away.
Go ahead, swing at me, son.
- Tell your bitch to get out the way.
- What the fuck you say?
Look at me! Look at me!
Look at me!
The hell is wrong with you?
- Let's go. Let's go!
- Get yours soon enough.
- You're cotton candy.
- Baby's bottom, nigga.
- What's wrong with you?
- I didn't start that!
I don't care who started that.
What are you, five years old?
I'm not gonna let
some dude disrespect you.
- I didn't ask for that.
- You don't need to ask.
You see? This is exactly
why we need to leave.
I ain't going.
- What?
- I can't go to Boston.
What are you talking about?
I can't wake up every day worried
about people coming to get me.
So you're just gonna jump
back into the same bullshit?
- Livvy, you didn't...
- No, that makes no sense.
I ain't running this time.
I ain't scared.
I waited for you.
You messed up and you
went away and I waited.
You promised me.
You said no more running
around here, no more marines.
I'm sorry.
You fucking promised.
- What's up?
- Kade's on his way now.
Nel, yo!
Good to see you, man.
- Yo, sit down, I got you.
- I didn't come here for a cut.
- Hey, yo. Listen up.
What I tell you about
touching the remote, nigga?
- Shut the fuck up, Cezar.
- I was at the bus station.
I got into it with two dudes
from up the hill.
- The fuck? -They were
talking shit to my girl.
I think they were
waiting for me.
- They messed with Livvy? -These
motherfuckers got no respect.
Y'all know Nicky Quinn
is coming, right?
Nicky Quinn?
- Shit.
- Oh, he coming here?
Fuck that.
I need to know if y'all got me.
Yo, I don't want
no problems in my shop, yo.
- Fuck your shop.
- Nel, how you want to do this?
The only thing I'm thinking is,
I wanna get 'em by surprise.
- That's what's up.
- The bus gets in at midnight.
As soon as they get out the station,
they're gonna be on central.
There's no cops, no nothing.
- Right.
- They get a few blocks away
- we press 'em. That's it.
- Bomb, nigga.
- I can get with that. -Yo, we all
down to fight for you, Nelson.
Yo, who you fighting, son?
- How many people they got?
- I don't know. I only saw two.
- That ain't nothing. -They might
have more coming, though.
- I'll Merc their whole family.
- We're closing early tonight.
- What can I say?
- Pussy.
- 'Sup, Nelson?
- Kade.
I heard you was back.
I am.
What you come here for?
So we could handle this.
Why would we do that?
It was been real quiet
for a minute now.
Things are good.
We making cake.
There's no heat on us.
It's true, Nel.
Okay, so y'all doing good.
That's good.
Why they done come
to our side and mess it up?
This ain't about
the flats versus the hills.
- They coming for you.
- I know what it is.
Yo, don't nobody want
to see anything happen to you.
Things changed.
Yo, we can't
afford to spark a war.
You left.
You right.
I did leave.
You being back home can fuck
shit up for all of us here.
It's like that?
Yeah, it's like that.
Should have never came back.
Can't believe that
they soft, son.
- You good?
- Yeah, I'm good. I'm good.
Yo, Nel, for real, I got you.
You know that, right?
From what happened in there
I ain't fucking
with 'em neither.
- So what we gonna do?
- I don't know.
- What about your padrino?
- Maurice?
- Yeah, maybe he could help.
- I don't think so.
Man, he know everybody.
That's the o.G. Right there.
I don't ask him
for favors like that.
Maybe I could roll with you
just so he could know me,
know what I mean? You know I got your back.
You know that, right?
You know I keeps it hunnit.
You in a tight spot right now.
- We gonna do what we gotta do, but what
I'm saying... -what are you saying?
If you could introduce me
to your godfather,
- we could be doing our thing for real.
- Again with this shit.
My street hustle with your training?
We'd be unstoppable, kid.
Fuck them niggas in the shop.
This is what
we used to talk about.
Me and you, Nelly.
We big time, kid.
Oh, man, I'm not
listening to this.
I gotta go.
Oh, I see how it is.
You not the one getting paid,
can't nobody else.
You're starting
to irritate me right now.
Nobody could shine but you, Nel.
That's a'ight. That's a'ight,
'cause I'ma put it like this.
You don't trust me,
I don't trust you.
You don't fight for me,
I don't fight for you.
That's right, Tate.
You don't fight for me.
- You're the same little bitch you always been.
- Yo, fuck you, Nelly.
You better watch how
you speak to me right now.
- What? You think you
fucking Rambo, now? -Babe.
Just 'cause you went to war
you can't be touched?
I'm talking to you. Look at
me when I'm talking to you.
You think you tough, huh?
- You got it like that? -That's not
what this is all about, Angie.
Every little boy on every corner
swear they're "iron man 4".
- Ain't none of you bulletproof!
None! -I know that.
- So then fucking leave!
- I can't.
They're already following me.
They sat right there
at that station
and watched me get my ticket.
And, yo, even if I do get out,
what's gonna happen
when they get here
and they don't find me, hmm?
- They coming for you. -Yeah, let
them come for me. I wish they would.
And what about Daiza?
She ready for all that?
- You think I don't know my responsibilities?
- No. That's not...
Like I don't know how to take
care of my own fucking daughter?
I think you should
get outta town for a few days.
You're telling me to leave now.
Go down to Bridgeport.
Go see Edwin and the kids.
Yeah. You're funny.
This shit is gonna happen
for real.
Ain't nothing gonna stop it.
Then fucking go.
There's nowhere to go.
Where am I gonna go?
Back to Afghanistan?
I can't do what I gotta do
while you here.
I need to know you're safe.
- You went down to the shop?
- I was just there.
They standing with you on this?
- No.
What you mean, no?
She doesn't want to talk to you.
Will you tell her
I like to say good-bye?
Hold on.
- She doesn't care.
- I need to talk to her.
- Too bad.
- Move out of my way.
- Are you fucking deaf?
- -Daiza!
- What?
- -Time for bed.
- Why?
- -Now, Daiza.
- Suck my balls.
- -Hey!
I'm getting on that bus
with or without you.
Will you at least
give me a kiss?
I really need a kiss.
How am I supposed to shoot
anybody without a kiss?
That's not funny.
I know, I know.
Look. When this is over,
we'll get married.
We'll get outta here.
We'll go anywhere you want.
We'll go to Puerto Rico
if you like.
I heard that shit before.
We're gonna have three kids.
Nah. We're gonna have
six kids.
I know you only want three,
but we gonna have to have six
just in case the first three
come out retarded.
Hey, we're gonna have that life together.
I promise you, a'ight?
- Will you say something?
- What you want me to say?
Say what you feel.
I think you and me are done.
Yeah, but don't say that.
Baby, you don't mean that.
All right.
But I'ma see you later, though.
I'ma handle this
then I'ma find you.
Good evening, sir.
I'm a sergeant in the marines.
- Today's my e.A.S. Day.
- Welcome home.
Thank you.
I was wondering,
if I wanted to get in touch
with anyone I served with,
- how will I do that? -We don't
have a department for that.
- Have you checked with your unit?
- If I give you some names,
would you be able to look up
their phone numbers?
- We don't give out that information.
- Hey, Sanchez.
Hey, Sanchez, is that you?
- Oh, shit, Sanchez.
- Yo, man. How you been?
I've been fantastic, brother.
Couldn't be better.
How about you?
I just got in this morning.
Got in this morning,
huh, devil dog?
Look at you, man.
Come on!
Come on!
Give me a hug!
Come on, man!
Guys, I served with this guy.
Huh? How about that?
I served with this guy.
Hey, listen, I'm going
through some shit right now.
You came to the right place.
Psychologically, I'm scarred
and emotionally drained.
Fuck medicine.
Weed and alcohol numbs the pain
as I sit with regrets
all up in my medulla,
wishing that I never shook
the hands of that recruiter.
When I got back, I thought
I'd have no problems,
but I did.
Now I'm back on probation,
and they made me come here.
You're not gonna go?
All right, fuck it.
Uh, my name's Berto
and I'm here
because I got injured
and I got diagnosed with PTSD
and you know how it goes,
blahdy blahdy blahdy,
but fuck it,
let's cut to the chase.
I'm just very excited,
I'm very excited tonight.
It is extra extra special,
'cause my friend here,
my mellow,
my main man is here
with us tonight.
And he ain't just
any other guy to me.
He saved my life, word to god.
He's a really good man
right here.
Would you like to introduce
yourself to the group?
My name is Nelson.
Come on, speak up, sergeant!
What's up, Nelson?
Would you like to tell us a little bit
about what brought you here tonight?
I think I'm in the wrong place.
It's just a place to talk.
Come on, man,
we're all here for you.
Yup, yup.
When did you get back?
Well, how's that been?
I'm fine.
Coming home can be
a difficult transition.
Easy, easy, easy, easy, man.
Come on, Sanchez.
Relax, buddy. Relax, man.
You don't have to talk
if you don't want to.
You're more than welcome
to just sit
and hold the space for others.
What's on your mind?
I did something.
Do you wanna talk about that?
No one in here
is going to judge you.
It's like...
As soon as you need help
your peoples forget about you.
Because of what
we've been through,
we know what it means
to be brothers,
to have each others
backs, right?
Yeah, yeah.
I mean, I know
you don't know me,
but I'm speaking
to you as a marine.
I need some people
to fight with me tonight.
- Uh, Nelson...
- I mean straight up,
there's some people
trying to kill me,
but all they know
is this hood shit.
They nothing compared
to what we trained to do.
- Nelson.
- Yes, ma'am,
is your life in danger?
Is someone trying to hurt you?
- We need to call the police.
- I can't do that.
- I can. -No, no, no,
no, don't do that.
Hey, hey, joy.
Yo, yo, I got your back.
He doesn't need the cops.
He needs soldiers.
You're soldiers, right?
Come on, that's all we know
how to fucking do in
this world is be soldiers.
Come on, let's step up.
Come on, come on.
Gulf war, '91.
Korea, what's you
gonna do, baby?
Come on, man.
Y'all brothers.
Semper fi, do or die.
- One shot. One kill.
- - Roberto. Roberto!
Ready to die. Never will.
Rough, tough, can't get enough!
Berto! I know this
is your friend...
You don't know shit, joy.
You don't know shit.
Let me tell you something,
when I got blown up,
this man right here,
he came in and got me.
That ass put everything
on the line for me, all right?
- I understand that.
- Oh, understand this, joy.
My ball sack
got blown off, okay?
I almost lost all my shit, okay?
I can't walk, guys, I can't run,
but I'll tell you one thing,
I can fuck.
Believe that.
- I can get a bitch to suck my dick.
- Oh, Berto.
I can get a bitch
to ride my shit today
because of this man right here.
I owe him every fucking thing.
And if I have another kid,
guess what, dead up,
I'm gonna name him
Nelson Sanchez.
Even if she's a fat
little girl, you got that?
So who's ready to rock with us?
Who's ready to roll?
What the fuck is this shit
I'm hearing that none of you
are fighting with my brother?
Yo, Angie,
you need to calm down.
- What did you say to me?
- I ain't got no problems
- with you, all right? -You
all got a problem with me.
Yo, you in my shop, girl.
You need to relax.
I wouldn't do that
if I were you.
- Oh, I'm in your shop?
- Yeah.
- I'm in your shop.
- Yeah, you are.
I need to relax in your shop?
I think it would be best
if you get the fuck out...
Oh, what the fuck?
That's how I relax in your shop.
Angie, for real, chill out.
You all need to listen to me
and listen to me good,
'cause I will cut every one
of you motherfuckers.
Shut the fuck up, Angie.
Yo, this bitch just cut me.
Who else wants some?
Oh, hell no.
Let me find out you sitting up
in here with these punks.
Yo, Ange, it ain't
what you think.
I'll tell you what I think,
that's what the fuck I think!
Out of all these bitches
in here, you should be
the first one jumping up
to fight with Nelson.
I know, but Nelly
be acting all selfish.
Don't say shit to me,
you two-faced snake ass
phony motherfucker.
You fucking Judas.
No, you worse than Judas.
At least Judas ain't
grow up with Jesus.
After all Nelson did for you.
What the fuck you looking at?
Excuse you?
I'm really not trying
to get arrested today,
so I suggest you
don't say shit to me.
Nelson did what he did.
He's a grown-ass man.
I would love to just draw
on your face right now.
That's what I thought.
So what do you want to do?
How do you want to play this?
Do you wanna go straight
or do you wanna not go head on
and just hit them
when they least expect it?
- What do you wanna do?
- I gotta go do some things.
All right, come on, let's go.
Nah, I gotta handle
a few things on my own.
But I'll let you know
when I need you.
Yeah, all right.
You got my number?
- I'll find you.
- I bet.
I appreciate you
holding me down like that.
Dude, you know
I'd do anything for you, bro.
- I know.
- I got your back, baby.
- I know, you the man.
- No, no, man, you the man,
you the man.
Yo, captain.
What, sarge?
You killed anyone out there?
You know, I'm not sure.
I shot at some motherfuckers
that ended up dead,
but we was all
shooting at them, you know?
You still think about that shit?
I try not to, bro.
I try not to.
What are you doing back here?
Just making sure
you get on the road.
We're about to be.
You know this one,
she wants to grab
everything in the house.
Where's Livvy?
She went home.
She mad at me?
What do you think?
Will you stop by?
Make sure she's good?
I spoke to Maurice.
For what?
Go talk to him.
I'd rather not.
Just see what he has to say.
I'm the one who messed up.
That was a long time ago.
I killed somebody, Ange.
I know what you did.
What's up, baby girl?
You ready for your trip?
Hey, it's all good.
You know your uncle's
good, all right?
I'm not going.
- Daiza, look at me.
- No!
- Daiza, let's go.
- No!
Everything's gonna be fine.
When this is over, I'm gonna
take you to six flags.
We're gonna go to six flags
together, okay?
Let's go, already. Your uncle
ain't got time for this.
Don't make me break out
the tickle monster,
'cause I will.
A'ight, too late.
So you're not ticklish no more?
We find out you're a robot.
Do you know the difference
between a dove and a pigeon?
There is no difference.
One represents love and peace,
and the other is likened
to a rat with wings.
What you're telling me
is very unfortunate.
I really didn't want
to come bother you.
Nonsense, Nelson,
you're no bother.
I'm saying, everyone knows you.
Respects you.
Maybe you could set up a meeting
between me and Nicky?
- A meeting?
- Like a sit-down.
What if Nicky doesn't
want to sit with you?
Or not even that, maybe just
putting the word out there
that you're standing
by me on this
might be enough
to scare them off.
You really flatter me.
It's true, though.
It would be my great pleasure
to do this for you.
That would be amazing.
But I won't.
- You won't?
- No.
You're not gonna help me.
No, I'm not.
Because I care about you.
I care about the man
that you are,
about the man that you will be.
Bro, you're in
a beautiful place right now.
I don't understand.
You will.
- I don't know what to do.
- And yet here you are.
- I didn't want to shoot that kid.
- I know.
I mean, I did what
I thought I had to do,
but that's not me.
Then who are you,
Nelson? Hmm?
I don't fucking know.
I've done a lot
of shit, you know,
but that was
the only thing that...
I wish I had never been there.
That was that one thing
that really fucked me up.
I had a gun in my hand out here,
they put a gun
in my hand out there.
It keeps coming.
I say stop.
It won't stop.
I don't want none of this.
It's okay to cry.
So what I do now?
You'll know what to do.
Hey, yo, I figured it out.
- I got you, son.
- You got me?
I got you this bike, so you can
get the fuck up outta here.
- You feel me?
- I'm not going.
But look, so...
Look how she rides.
Handles turns and everything.
I got your back.
I even got you this backpack.
I got you some energy bars,
fruit, a couple of fresh teas,
I even stole my girl's
dad's e-z pass.
Just try it.
Ride the block once.
You're not hearing me, though.
Ain't nobody gonna see you
less than what you is, kid.
You don't got prove
yourself to nobody.
Come on, man,
ride the block once.
- Give it a try.
- I'm sorry.
- Hey, get on.
- No!
Yo, Nelly...
I don't care who you is,
you getting on this bike
and you're getting
the fuck up outta here.
Get outta my face, Tey.
If you don't get on this bike,
you and me gonna have problems.
You a funny dude, man.
Get off me, Tey.
Let me do this for you!
Let me make this right!
I put you in that spot.
I made this whole mess, man.
I'm sorry, yo.
I'm sorry.
This ain't on you.
They gonna kill you, Nelly.
Yo, cut me up.
What, for real?
I'll be right back.
What about me?
You stay here.
You got a ride to the station?
Yeah, I'm all set.
We're about to get on the road.
How long you guys
gonna be out of town?
I don't know.
A few days.
I can't take
much more of this shit.
We just buried Daiza's
father last year.
Listen, I know when Nelson
first brought you around,
- I wasn't the nicest person.
- That's all right.
I know it's all right.
Let me finish.
Nelson's my baby brother,
so I was very protective of him.
It's been hard to let go,
but I see how much he loves you,
and I think of you like family.
Thanks, Ange.
No matter what happens tonight,
you'll always be family.
What are you doing here?
I'm holding down.
Where's Angie?
Don't worry about that.
You can't be here.
I'll cut a nigga real quick.
Give me that.
I fight boys all the time.
- Give me the knife.
- No.
- Let it go.
- Come on!
Let go of the knife.
Hold this.
Yo! What the fuck, Nelson?
Come on, put me down, please!
Come on! I can help!
I'll fight for you!
Let me help you!
- Please!
Fuck you, Nelson.
This is not...
No matter what happens
don't let her out.
You're not gonna
leave me in here!
Your word.
Nah, nah, nah, you don't
gotta pay me nothing.
Please, Nelson!
- You sure?
I'll charge you
for the next one.
You all right, Rubio.
You, too, Nelly.
Port authority will be
arriving on time.
Last bus to Boston,
now boarding.
Last bus to Boston.
Shh. Go to sleep.
Go to sleep.
Can I get a double
shot of Henny?
Let's go, man.
It's a quiet night, right?
Dawg, you look
like you need a drink.
You need a drink?
I got you.
Whatever he's drinking,
get him another one.
He's not drinking.
What's up?
You having girl problems?
Me, too.
My girl just broke up with me.
We was gonna have kids
together and everything.
But I wouldn't want my kids
growing up like we did.
I know you out here
looking for me.
I'm sorry about your brother.
Don't talk about my brother.
You don't say shit
about my brother.
I'm sorry for what I did.
Do we have to do this?
Take it easy.
You gotta get outta here.
Walk away.
I guess we're not breaking up.
Girls are crazy, huh?
You know what I mean.
I could tell
you know what I mean.
I wish it didn't have
to be this way.
I don't want this.
Do what you feel.
Time to go, mama.
Are we still going to Edwin's?
You don't get to speak to me.
You're on punishment forever.
Are you hungry?
This is all we got.
Did you get a haircut?